• Mark Cavendish’s Shoulder Injury – PhysioRoom.com Investigates

    Mark Cavendish’s Shoulder Injury

    It was to be the pinnacle of British Cycling. A first ever Maillot Jaune for Mark Cavendish and on British soil no less. Picture the scene Рthis is the sort of romance that Le Tour is built upon. Stage one of this yearsՠTour offered the rare chance for a sprinter to grasp the Yellow Jersey – a jersey which sadly, like last year ended on the back of Marcel Kittel. For Cavendish, the dream would not be a reality.

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    Exercise Recovery – The Compex Way

    How electrostimulation can aid exercise recovery

    Every long distance athlete gets to that point where their muscles feel like they’re going to erupt out of their skin. That moment after a workout when the initial exercise high has worn off and the dawning realisation of what your body has just gone through sets in. For some such seemingly iron forged athletes, that moment comes after running 100+ miles through the French Alps. For others, such as yours truly, that comes after running for the bus.

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    Le Tour de PhysioRoom: Top Cycling Accessories

    PhysioRoom.com gets you Tour ready with these top cycling accessories

    The vocal expression of a Northerner is a hard thing to clarify at the best of times, even Attenborough struggles to decipher the true meaning hidden behind a laissez-faire attitude to grammar.

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    Britain’s Achievements in Sports

    I watched the BBC Sports Personality of the Year last night. Well if truth be told I flicked between that and Tottenham and Chelsea Premier League match. The Sports Personality of the Year shortlist does underline the massive British achievements in a variety of sports.

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